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. why is the guide cans below forecasts? >> not one but two firms raise third price target on google, $1,000, we will talk to one of the analysts behind the call coming up. the tech giant toying with a chrome touch screen and trying to make its google glasses more stylish. >> david einhorn hosts a conference call with am shareholders at 2:00 eastern time. he is going to explain ourselves better regarding his high-profile proxy fight. >> we will start with the selloff. futures pointing to lower opening following the disappointing claim numbers a day after the worst one-day selloff of the year are markets around the globe feeling the pain too. europe shares sharply lower after uncertainty from the fed about the future of kiwi raises concerns, markets in london, germany, spain down 1%. asia down as well. shanghai down 3%. jim, you got sequester, you got fed, you got gas prices are, like they all converged in a matter of a couple days. >> you feel the switch has flipped, things going well is going badly. i want to caution the weakness of the month-old fed meetings notes is they are a month o
. into the downdraft, i like to fall back on themes that aren't ephemeral. google and apple. grand, i hate that stuff. it's a jinx. way too bullish. i don't want to get caught up with google's revolutionary eyeglasses or apple's also-ran watch, because everyone, including the huge holders now hate apple so much. its watch is being compared unfavorably to a timex. i don't want to sue apple because i'm underwater in my position. move on if you are so bummed. i don't focus on the noise out of washington that much. i don't want to be fooled into thinking this budget battle equals the fiscal cliff armageddon last year. the one that faked out so many people to dumping stocks at the worst time possible. the dividend tax would go to 40%. that didn't happen. nor do i want to make too much out of the issue of the downbeat for america's biggest retailer, walmart. they had a good quarter and caught a lot of short sellers off guard with that beat and a terrific dividend boost this morning. by the way, something that caused the stock to go up a buck, not down a buck as you would have expected if you took the ugly
venture capital firms it has made successful investments in google, and linked in, among others he started his career as a journalist at "time" magazine. i'm pleased to have him here at the table for the first time. >> thank you. >> rose: it he is a pleasure to you have at the table. >> likewise. >> rose: i want to go back to europement tell me about your grandfather and your father and coming here. >> so my-- both my parents were born in nazi, germany. or they were born in ger nanny. like a lot of other jews obviously the future wasn't there for them. and their parents organized their depar ture in the mid 1930s to britain. my mother and father didn't know each other at that point. they met later in britain. and both my mother and my father were lucky enough to get scholarships to attend high school in the case of my mother and then high school and university in the case of my father. and my mother's parents escaped from germany right at the end of august of 1939. and my father's parents, like a lot of the rest of the family never escaped. they were murdered. and like millions of others.
the google glasses. >> google's on the top 50 list. >> i believe that. >> i'm going to 1,001 right now. >> where is brian white? >> right. that almost -- i don't want to say it topped the stock. when you start to get the really far out there price targets on apple, that's when the cracks in the story started to really -- >> look, here's capital oil and gas. one of the best performing stocks of the last few years. what's it doing? it's up five on a good quarter. the marcellus is good. you go back to the gardner denver. many things are happening that are positive that are away from apple. but if you just are apple centric, google centric, you keep people out of the oil patch. you've got to be responsible. you've got to be responsible and talk about things that are working. >> right. all right. >> oil patches, one of the best performances of a lifetime. do you care? >> i do. so does bob pisani. he's on the floor with more on what's moving. >> a nice move to the upside today. scott, did you notice, i'm sure you're watching jim bullard on our air this morning, saying the fed is going to sta
today and you will have a front row seat right after the break. >>> google may be about to start up retail stores. what will they sell? would anyone go? what's it going to mean for the stock? the man who quite literally wrote the men on google is here on the floor of nyse. look at him, he looks great coming up to join us. [ indistinct shouting ] ♪ [ indistinct shouting ] [ male announcer ] time and sales data. split-second stats. [ indistinct shouting ] ♪ it's so close to the options floor... [ indistinct shouting, bell dinging ]'ll bust your brain box. ♪ all on thinkorswim from td ameritrade. ♪ >>> welcome back to "power lunch." i'm josh lipton. group one automatic sputtering today. the company owns and operates car dealerships, u.s. locations mostly in metropolitan areas in 15 states. reported fourth quarter epps of $0.70. the street wanted to see a $1.19. company ceo talking about strong growth in the fourth quarter, 19% revenue growth. he also said missed some opportunities to maximize profits via complete leveraging of cost structuring. investors unhappy with tha
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we have seen. take a look for instance at a stock like google, set to open a new 52-week high, that has been a parabolic move. >> well, i think it's difficult to reconcile a lot of things. i don't know what marty would think about the fact that here is michael dell buying his company, here is warren buffett buying heinz, here is elison making a bid bid for a company that had been left for dead. and i think he would be torn because i know that he never wanted people to get hurt. i always feel like he was a doctor of stocks. first do no harm, but i also know that those have been waiting for a pullback have not been able to get in. i missed him. i know it's been a long time since i stopped, but he also was one of these people who say, okay, let's take a hard look at what's working and what's not? our late, great friend mark haines who introduced you to the concept of buying and selling, not just holding. and being sensitive to sentiment. i just -- when i saw him pass, i said, holy cow. what a tight -- >> between him and mark, two giants that we've lost in the last year. >> two pe
something closer to $14 now that these earnings were not bad. > google crossed $800. is this stock inexpensive or expensive? > > you know, i think it is a little of both. it is certainly a momentum stock right now. i think a lot of money has left apple and moved into google, so don't be surprised if we see who google threaten that $850 level before we see any type of resistance. > what will the situation in germany mean to traders in the united states? confidence is up there, the dax has been doing great. what do you think about germany? > > you know, europe good is good for the u.s. that has been kind of the big laggard on, i think, the global economy. so if europe gets its act together, i think the s&ps go to the moon. > what would you buy right now then, just an s&p index? > > yeah, i would be looking at spiders or an s&p future, or call options on the s&p futures with the vix so low. > you are definitely a bull in this market. > > absolutely. > would you buy any stocks related to germany? > > you know, maybe. i think i would still like to stick to core u.s., because u.s. contin
from google. >> alison, so good to see you. thank you. >> sure. >>> cyber attacks against the u.s. an american firm is linking the chinese government to hacking. i'm talk to a man who hacks computers for a living. >>> controversial advice to kids from top law enforcement. what to do if they're confronted by a gunman. there's a training video here. our panel is going to discuss it. stay close. ns, i can talk to someone who knows exactly how i trade. because i don't trade like everybody. i trade like me. that's why i'm with scottrade. announcer: scottrade- proud to be ranked "best overall client experience." a regular guy with an irregular heartbeat. the usual, bob? not today. [ male announcer ] bob has afib: atrial fibrillation not caused by a heart valve problem, a condition that puts him at greater risk for a stroke. [ gps ] turn left. i don't think so. [ male announcer ] for years, bob took warfarin, and made a monthly trip to the clinic to get his blood tested. but not anymore. bob's doctor recommended a different option: once-a-day xarelto®. xarelto® is the first and only
opening numbers on wall street it looks like a be a flat start to early trading. google shares are coming down of that but still opening today at 8 0685, the highest level for google stock. >> it is definitely a frigid start of the morning. it is cl are seeing sunshine already. temperatures will be about 10 degrees warmer than yesterday's afternoon highs. tomorrow we are anticipating a body start with most these sunny conditions into the afternoon. rain as you head into your saturday the temperature is a little warmer as the starter next work week. we of several factors to talk about and i will keep your extended forecast in my next report. >> i think we're looking at the golden gate bridge and the ride on 1 01 in the southbound direction. no delays of for your ride on bart on caltrans but a trained no. 1 is now seven minutes behind schedule. it continues to move westward and the delays pick up, a last check out of fremont it was eight minutes behind schedule. >> crews are on scene of a water main break and san francisco's north beach neighborhood. the intersection of filbert and mesa str
employee. is it hard to compete for talent when you're going up against biggies like google, facebok or apple? >> what really inspires people is the ability to make an impact and a great opportunity to impact a lot of users impact yahoo! as a company for the positive. and that's something that's really inspired a lot of terrific people to sign on. >> you are the youngest ceo of a fortune 500 company in america. is that a help, a hindrance, do you find it totally irrelevant to what you've been trying to do every day? >> i don't spend a lot of time thinking about t i spend time thinking about our users and what we need to do in order to delight them. >> you took on this big job of being ceo of yahoo! but you had another big job, having a baby that was just born in september. how is he doing? >> he's great, 4 1/2 months old. >> you took a short ma teernt leave just a couple of weeks. was that hard to pull off, in retrospect? to juggle all those things? most people don't have to juggle being a ceo at the same time. >> i would say i wouldn't have missed a moment of either experience. they
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of individuals saying, you know, i knew dell. google, ooh, geez, 800. i've got to get in that before it gets to 1,000. how many people said to me, honestly, jim, google, 800 to 1,000? so you obviously want to take the other side of the yahoo! trading, except you listen to marissa meier and you want to buy it. >> you seem to be suggesting that those who are chasing the market the market doesn't have a lot of intellectual depth. >> because there keep being this discounts. i read through the toll release and i liked it. that will distinguish me as someone who's not rigorous or skeptical enough. i think toll goes to 38. because this market gives you intraday, intrastock pullbacks. i was looking at tiffany. we pronounced tiffany dead, and it's like they got the walking dead show, where you have to shoot them right through the head, kids love it. this one they obviously missed the head and it comes back. you have to hit it right here to be able to survive in walking dead. they didn't shoot it in the head. >> which means what? >> it's still around. >> it won't die. >> it won't die. >> people reluctantly
-watch could present a revolution in wearable tech, but we've also seen google into this field too. >> right. the google glasses. still seems very weird to me, but people are actually wearing these things? >> possibly. well, actually, they are. so diane vaughn thirstenberg for her show in new york fashion week this year created a film of about four minutes shot entirely with google glasses. so here you see her in the film that is entirely from her perspective, and what the google glasses are, it's is not just an extension of your phone, it's an extension of yourself. so they've got a camera built in. there's actually -- when you wear the glasses, you see images and video overlaid into what's in front of you. >> what a weird perspective of the world. it almost seems creepy. >> it's creepy, it's extremely advanced and futuristic, and the biggest question about many of google's products is the world ready for a device like this? or do we need to go you know, tip toe into the category with something like an apple i- watch? >> i don't think i want
are going in the wrong direct. >> google is in the space and i think if office max and depot can come together, that's very attractive to somebody out there. >> best buy's debt is trading on the junk status so this company is not focused on both. they are forced to play defense. they need toer is visit that debt and that point to the lack of flexibility that the brick and model creates. i think that there's room for google, amazon and netflix. >> rethinking the experience. obviously has created. obviousy will have that about but it's not about the change in business. target has done it and seers has, and you're seeing that today in the charts. >> i need to disagree on this one. i think they ear going into the low single digits and the junk debt is it theus, the operating cash in this country is really deteriorated. i want to look at the e-commerce rather than a best bay. >> hthank you. bill? >> the dow hanging on to a gain. up 14 points. >> office depot, office max, the latest companies getting the urge to merge. peter weinberg will mai on n on what's ahead. >> phil lebeau on his own
such as apple and facebook and such as google, yet, they are flat out denying it with what we do know, for example, in 2010 when google announced that they had major intellectual property. the state of bombing came out and they said clearly it was from the chinese government that has storm is property. these are allegations that they are going to continue to deny. but we do know that there is one thing about a communist government. and they are rigorously knowing what is going on and what these hackers are doing. neil: they can't be leaving these fire, so is are going we do know the chinese anything like we owed them today. >> china is a much more serious threat. to hear the white house say we are looking at this seriously and we are possibly going to impose fines and china, first of all, we do not even have them at the point where they are admitting this. this is also a slap on the wrist when you look at china. they don't have anyone to interfere. if it's wrong what they are doing, are they admitting it -- no, we don't have any answers at the end of the day, the president of united s
. back to you, nicole, you're watching google the day after it it broke above 800, where is it? >> yeah, hey, well, let's talk about google, right? hey, i was checking on it, 8.07 was the high and new hundred level and he's he shouting his opening trades and you can see it above the 800 mark at 805, a good one. stuart: and it broke above 800 on our air as of this time yesterday. nicole, yahoo! what's with it, a new look or something, what's that? >> a new look and the stock is up about 1/2 a percent for yahoo! and that's one that we'll watch as the new look as well on their site. so, keep an eye on that one as well. when i think about google though, i have to double-check, but when that initial public offering happened, i think it was like $84 or something. stuart: yes. >> and it's at 807. i'm talking about the cuts, but it was in the the 80's, if you liked the idea then, you're just sitting in the dough. >> and we were all expecting the same thing to happen with facebook, and it didn't happen. the price actually was cut in half from the open, all right. >> you know what? that's why you
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] was that at the time i was at google, and for about five years every every time i interacted with anyone externally, the one question they would ask me is, you know, search is wonderful, it's so great to be able to find everything that we can find, it's wonderfully academic, how is anyone ever going to make any money from it. and now that seems almost absurd because search is one of the giant moneymakers, if not the giant moneymaker online. but that said, whenever you see consumers adopting a technology, a platform, you know, a particular application like search with this much volume, you know that advertisers will want to participate in that. and there's usually a way where you can introduce advertising such that it's not intrusive, that it actually adds value to the end user and that it actually enhances the experience, and that's what we need to work on. >> well, we can look backward now and see how that was done with search. everybody gets to play monday morning quarterback and feel smart about it. >> sure. >> can you tell yet what some of the shifts will be in mobile that will allow mobile to
. google stock topping $800 in today's trade. ashley: is filling up the tank draining your wallet? yes, it is. tom kloza is here. why he thinks the worst of prices. tracy: let's take a look at the dow right now. mostly green on the screen. alcoa being your biggest loser. we will be right back. ♪ alec, for this mission i upgraded your smart phone. ♪ right. but the most important feature of all is... the capital one purchase eraser. i can redeem the double miles i earned with my venture card to erase recent travel purchases. d with a few clicks, this mission never happened. uh, what's this button do? [ electricity zaps ] ♪ you requested backup? yes. yes i did. what's in your wallet? ashley: time for stocks now. as we do every 15 minutes let's head to the floor of the new york stock exchange where our very own lauren simonetti standing by. lauren the dow is climbing back closer and closer to its all-time high. >> the level now is 14,025. the closing high, october 2007, 14,165. so we're really close to the historic territory. homebuilders are down today. we'll show you hovnanian. dow
't 1999 but investors are sure partying like it is, after nasdaq hit an all-time high. google its stock price topping $800 a share yesterday. natalie? >> all right. jackie at the new york stock exchange, thank you. >>> the vice president is generating some buzz after a facebook town hall chat with parents' magazine and a discussion focusing on joe biden's gun control efforts. he gave frank advice on self-defense. >> if you want to protect yourself, get a double barrel shotgun. you don't need an ar-15. buy a shotgun. buy a shotgun. >>> the vice president says he has two shotguns of his own at his home in delaware. >>> those dash cam videos from russia never seem to disappoint. in this one shgs take a look, the driver was surprised to see that the vehicle came at the next gas pump was, in fact, a hang glider. after fueling up, it rolled on to the highway, waited for a break in traffic and then up to the sky. wouldn't that be a great way to commute? >> around here it would be a bad deal. 7:13 right now. >> beats sitting at one of the red lights that david likes to run. >> exactly. why are
'm as frustrated with it as you are. it has a place in time, but it's not going to be amazon or google or something like that that can really provide super returns. i mean, you know, you guys were talking about break-up values. when you look at -- how do you even do that? you look at their business and the operating margins that they just did on this most recent quarter and you try to say, let's take the top margin businesses and get rid of the pcs and areas that don't do much in terms of margins. but then what do you really have left? 733% of the company's hardware, services and software, services really didn't have high margin on the last quarter. services is under, you know -- it's a very small portion of our total revenue. i don't know how you do that. >> is it a transition to a style model? >> right, exactly what we're talking about. how do we get to services and software? how do we get to buying our shares back and playing the ibm game? i don't see how they can do it. software is a small portion of revenue. so, you know, meg whitman has a tough, tough challenge with hp. and they've been throu
debt, so companies like apple and google, apple over 100 billion in cash versus an old legacy corporation that can have 100 billion in debt. we also have very rapid growth and apple and google come you can have flat growth or negative growth, so it is really important to understand the equation of debt because that is often not included with the earnings report. dennis: congratulations on the success of your book. nice job. >> thank you very much, dennis. cheryl: time for your "west coast minute." a strike at boeing has been avoided for now. engineers approved a four-year contract as they go on strike. however, technicians and members of the same union rejected the deal authorizing a strike to happen at anytime. we will resume negotiations on behalf of the technical staff this week. the nation's biggest pension fund has voted to sell all the investments to fire arm manufacturers smith & wesson. investment committee voted to sell 5 million worth of securities. making the decision after the violent shooting in newtown, connecticut, that took 26 lives. and both tourism approving
six. >> let's ask google. >> set up a meeting at 6:00. >> could think i'm qualified to answer that yet. >> apple, on the other hand, has no problems with similar requests. >> i scheduled the event for 4:30 p.m. tomorrow. >> it can add. it remains the voice recognition standout. >> apple is hard wired and had more access to personal information and that is an edge the other apps can not compete with yet. >> tyler grows. >> where is the nearest coffeeship? >> i found 14 coffee shops, five are fairly close to you. >> if you don't have an iphone with apple, downloading a free app gives you some voice recognition capability. "speak to it" is the best so far. it works on iphone and droid. >> bay area cities are invited to bid for the summer olympic games. ahead at 6:30 the mayor who is saying that will not happen. >> a burglar enters a home and gets an unexpected surprise but is part of a growing problem. >> oakland a's could be a step closer to moving here to san jose with new developments ahead. and you can see the bay bridge metering lights turned on at 6:03 with a ten to 12-minute delay
in on this with his two sons during the google hangout chat last week. >> this is not going to be huge savings for government. but anytime we are spending more money on something that people don't actually use, that is an example of something we should probably change. gerri: joining me now to make sense of this is just corps and jeff. tell us what you think? >> thank you for inviting me to the show. the penny doesn't serve its purpose anymore. now, it just doesn't have what it did back in the 40s. which back then, you could have 16 times more of the purchasing power than what it does today. gerri: doesn't mean the round all costs up by a nickel? >> no, the reform proposal ran into the nearest nickel, half the time the prices go down and other times it goes out. it would neither save the consumer nor the shopkeeper. gerri: if it is important, why have we not done that already? are there people who love the penny and don't want to see it go anywhere? >> well, i think that there is just a natural sense that if something is not really broken, then there is no point in going to fix it. especially
almost a full percentage point, but good games on all the indexes. liz: google hitting a new all-time high, rising up above $800 per share by a long shot for the first time ever, the shares are up more than 16% this year. only three other stocks trade above $800. david: while stocks are up, gold down, another bad day. not as bad as some of the days, but gold down significantly, four straight days of losses. closing about 1600, but this is the lowest level since mid august. more than $45 per ounce. liz: number of household product names hitting new all-time highs. wd-40 seeing lifetime highs. how about clorox seeing an all-time high for the second time in four days. and kimberly-clark, maker of kleenex and huggies making an all-time high. do i sound like a broken record? we have that one. david: we're waiting on earnings from herbalife, and dell and all of which great interest in. we will bring you the numbers as soon as they are released. and president obama says we have to grow the economy, create good jobs and everybody will find out why raising the minimum wage might have just
. and the "wall street journal" reports that google may not open retail stores this year. reports at the end of last week suggested that the search giant might launch its first retail presence this summer. i have no idea what they would sell. >> devices. phones. >> because you can't -- what i use google for, i don't need to go -- right? >> if you have an android phone. >> don't talk to me about smartphones. >> i happen, mr. i love the ipho iphone. >> you have so behind the times. >> you've had the iphone for, what, four days, five? and now you are -- >> you've got the blunt instrument. it's so backwards. >> you're waiting for the blackberry ten, right? >> i don't know what i'm waiting for. >> i heard on friday, i saw the -- >> do you need to know any of the nations ski resorts that got more than 2 inches of snow last night? >> no, but -- >> he has an app for that. >> what are you going to do, drop everything and go skiing when you hear the report? i need to know some of these things. i knew on sunday morning that both beaver creek got 7 inches and snow map. i have weather in every place that
. >> the google. >> absolutely. so we're going to talk a little bit about this news overseas. this oscar pistorius story keeps getting more strange. he's back in a south african court this morning as prosecutors lay out their case in the alleged murder of his girlfriend. prosecutors revealed that witnesses heard screaming and fighting coming from the house for about an hour before the shooting. police say a key piece of forensic evidence will be the angle from which the bullets were fired at miss steenkamp. prosecutors say pistorius put on his prosthetic legs and walked about 20 feet before shooting and killing reason that steenkamp who was locked in his bathroom. pistorius said he was not wearing his prosthetic legs at the time. investigators say it looks like the bullets were fired the aa downward angle, putting that part of the track star's story in some question. pistorius who sobbed in court on tuesday says he thought an intruder managed to get into the house, and they had no intention to keel steenkamp who he says died in his arms. his defense team is asking for bail so pistorius can avoid w
, twitter, google, bank of america, burger king, "the new york times," jpmorgan chase, "the wall street journal," and the federal reserve have all been hacked. most of the recent cyber attacks can be traced back to a chinese military unit in shanghai. in an effort to more aggressi aggressively combat this cyber espionage, president obama signed an executive order last week to reduce risk, but the issue of cyber security also raises a host of questions involving cyber liberties. saying it didn't adequately protect individual privacy. critics argue the vague language would allow the government to obtain information without obtaining a warrant. today, the house introduced that very same bill. howard, as a deputy mayor of new york city, the question of keeping the city safe is something you deal with on a daily basis. this is a really interesting and brave new arena that we have sort of yet to really get our minds and arms around in terms of national security. >> well, all of our essential infrastructure in the city, from water, to street lights, to sewage, to elevators, everything you can
19 full points. google no longer above $800 a share. david asman, a lot to talk about today. david: who better to talk with than allen, former vice chair of the fed, influence what happens in the fed, but knows what's going on inside the fed. it was that idea, when the notes were issued today, that there's a lot more inviting the fed than before, as to when to end the printing that markets like. liz: markets love. back to nicole on the accelerated losses. >> when i think about that and talk to the traders, as soon as the minutes broke, we saw the dollar beginning to rally even more so. the ten year yield accelerate, and we've seen gold selling off. we continue to sell off and the vix higher as well. david: talk about gold specifically, down $40, obviously, as a result of what happened at the fed, but there was also news about inflation. inflation picking up a little bit, and that worried people a bit. bottom line is gold went down and gold stocks with it. >> right, and all of those factors are exactly correct, dave, and i would also add in south africa where they have labor problem
. this will be something that we are following throughout the afternoon. google, now a lot of the analysts are putting out targets for thousands of dollars. back to you. shibani: sometimes those price targets come to bite you. we have to watch that. hundreds of u.s. companies, facebook, apple, twitter, following prey to hackers. how can you protect yourself? we will have that coming up..3 ashley: up in arms about spending cuts. i think it is time for lou dobbs. let's take a look at how the u.s. dollar is faring today. maybe explain the drop in commodity prices. most of these currencies are down against the dollar. especially the euro. we will be right back. ♪ [ male announcer ] at his current pace, bob will retire when he's 153, which would be fine if bob were a vampire. but he's not. ♪ he's an architect with two kids and a mortgage. luckily, he found someone who gave him a fresh perspective on hisortfolio. and with some planning and effort, hopefully bob can retire at a more appropriate age. it's not rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. >> announcer: you never know when, but th
other google android devices on the market. the smartphone uses new software to replace icons with personalized news streams, social media, and videos. i caught up with the company's ceo, peter chow, at its product launch in london for an exclusive interviewer. -- exclusive interview. >> we are so confident in our product and wanted to be targeted, innovative, experience for the people who are wanting to find differentiation. >> how can you compete with the market and manufacturing muscle that apple and samsung have to fight back and win market share from the companies? >> we are confident to rely on our own innovation and provide unique differentiation to the market. and of course, we continue to innovate our marketing approach, try to be smart and nimble. >> how much will it cost? >> well, it costs a lot of money. and we are going to -- we are committed to invest. >> that was peter chow speaking at the htc launch event yesterday. the culture has generated buzz around this new device. the trouble, though, is how much it will have to spend and invest in o to really get the mes
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